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Modernizing applications with Apache Camel, JavaScript, and Red Hat OpenShift

July 26, 2021

Learn how to use Apache Camel and Camel K with JavaScript to simplify development and run integrations directly on a Red Hat OpenShift cluster.

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Deploy Node.js applications to Red Hat OpenShift with Helm

July 20, 2021

Use new Helm chart features to deploy a Node.js application on Red Hat OpenShift, then customize the template to create your own Helm chart.

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Node.js serverless functions on Red Hat OpenShift, Part 2: Debugging locally

July 13, 2021

Learn how to run and debug Node.js applications locally with Visual Studio Code, in Part 2 of this series on Node.js serverless functions.

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Full-stack JavaScript sandbox activity part 3

June 11, 2021

Red Hat OpenShift is a Kubernetes distribution that makes it easy to deploy and scale applications in the cloud. In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to deploy a full-stack JavaScript application in an OpenShift cluster. This is part 3.

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Full-stack JavaScript sandbox activity part 2

June 11, 2021

Red Hat OpenShift is a Kubernetes distribution that makes it easy to deploy and scale applications in the cloud. In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to deploy a full-stack JavaScript application in an OpenShift cluster. This is part 2.

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Full-stack JavaScript sandbox activity part 1

June 11, 2021

Red Hat OpenShift is a Kubernetes distribution that makes it easy to deploy and scale applications in the cloud. In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to deploy a full-stack JavaScript application in an OpenShift cluster in three parts. This is part 1.

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Join the Red Hat team at OpenJS World 2021

June 1, 2021

Get ready to learn from Node.js and JavaScript experts at the OpenJS World 2021 virtual event, featuring talks from the Red Hat and IBM Developer teams.